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Lebanese or Lebanese Arabic is the spoken language of modern-day Lebanon, also used around the world by a large Lebanese diaspora. Depending on one's perspective, it may be regarded as a dialect of Arabic or a language descended from Arabic. Linguists generally regard it as one of the Levantine forms of colloquial Arabic. While descended from classical Arabic, it differs substantially from it, to a degree comparable to the difference between Latin and Italian. Like any living tongue, it is also influenced by a multitude of languages with which it came into contact. It contains influences from Aramaic, and possibly Phoenician, as well as more recently introduced Turkish and (to a lesser extent) French vocabulary. It is the daily vernacular of the Lebanese, and is widely used in speech in government affairs and administration, although literary Arabic is the official written language of government and administration as mandated by the constitution.
The issue of the Lebanese language is a contentious point in Lebanon as many among the local Maronite communities consider it a separate and distinct language, while others, mostly from the Shi'a community, prefer to view it as dialect of Arabic. In addition, the identification of Lebanese as a language is pushed for by the radical right-wing group Guardians of the Cedars. This again reflects the confessionally divided nature of the Lebanese self-image.
Lebanese is rarely written. Printed works in Lebanese (folk poetry and song lyrics, for example) typically use Arabic letters, while Latin letters are commonly used in online chat. Attempts to replace the Arabic alphabet (alphabet set) with a customised Latin alphabet for use in transcribing Lebanese were introduced in previous years by some Lebanese intellectuals, the most famous such proposal being that of the poet Saïd Akl. Some works, including translations of Romeo and Juliet and Plato's Dialogues, have been published in Lebanese using a Latin-based writing system; however, this again played on confessional sensibilities and the substitution project has not gained any widespread acceptance.
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